Callum Maxwell looks at the problem of Global Warming, and how the post-truth society makes it difficult for us to swallow the truth.
Kirstin Leslie attended ‘Unravelling the Brain’, a Pint of Science Festival event exploring dyslexia, perceptions and predictions.
In the second instalment of our Pint of Science Festival coverage, Kirstin takes a look at how society can benefit from social science innovations.
Pint of Science Festival 2018 saw theGIST attend a variety of talks in pubs across Glasgow. Kirstin Leslie takes a look back on the events from May this year.
Diagnosed with depression at the start of her PhD and with research revealing 1 in 2 PhD students has a mental health condition, Audrey shares her experience and how to access help should you need it.
Frances Osis investigates the history of autism research, and how the neurodiversity movement is promoting positive change for the future.
Michael MacMillan delves into the potential capabilities of an exciting new cancer vaccine that, at first, doesn’t seem to behave like a vaccine at all.
Kirstin Leslie explores a brief history of female scientists and how inspiring women are helping to shift perceptions.